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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1948
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
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System ID: UF00028307:01678

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AIR STATION'Seighth I
cake with a Navy j I ;1k11
birthday {, 1i 4a t '
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was celebratedlast swor as Itlithttii
Friday with guests look on I t 91a (14:1
the cutting of a I Lower) Captain
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: C. I*. ;MASON: huge birthday a slice of caketo ) ]9-1J-! (Present) II
I I cake by CaptainA .
Od., J940-Mav, 19IZ ; Rear Admiral -- -
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+ Ernest W Litch
Commanding Officer xsMt Chief of NavalA STATION IS READY
in the presence -
GREENE RESIGNS of depart- a i r Advanced
tE r Training. Special
ment the Conference heads in guests were Eth- FOR BIG NAVY DAY

POST AS EDITOR Room of the el Matthews the
Administration CO:* secretary.
Main i -

OF JAX AIR NEWSArt The giant Building.cake. and i "Pappy"Fritch Chief CELEBRATION HERE

baked by the Clerk of the Executive

Commissary Department Dept : The Naval An Station m
,
editor of the who have been
Greene
was conjunction with the RONS,
Jax Air News resigned this topped by eight employed since atNAS itscommissioning was poised this week to uncork -
week to accept a position as candles and was
beautifully dec- i the mightiest Navy Day
sales promotion manager fora I oiated ( Top ) a5 on 15 October celebration next t Wednesday

large wholesale distributing The Commanding 1910. in the history of Jacksonville.Only .

.. company in North Carolina. I the final J details remained -
He will leave Jacksonville for 'to be completed for the
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.: end.A. Fliers Tangle With Memphis Hellcats On I town and aboard the station.
well-known around the
figure 'I Highlight of the festivities will

Air editor Station was associated the Jax Air with News the Navy Day In Tennessee Next Wednesday, be floats a giant from various parade NAS featuring departments lit-

almost from its I
station newspaper Hiding; the crest of a thtee the Air Station Band, and
the staff
inception. He joined in
625 and
July, 1944. and remained as its I New Directors To Be {game winning streak, the Lower Educational officers units from men NAS Augmentingthe will ba .'1.
editor after returning to civilian Jax-Navy Fliers will shoot platoon from the Naval Reserve

life in May, 1946, upon the insist- Chosen For EmployeesAss'n. lot their fourth straight win Requirements For Armory on the Southside, the Lee
P MGuirk "
Warren
of Comdr. -
ence and their second Naval An I High School Band the JacksonHigh
then Physical Training and On 28 October NavCad ProgramA School Band, the Pepper-
Welfare Officer of N AS. Training Athletic (onletenie ettes, and 20 twirlers: the Landon

In addition to serving as editor I Civilian employees of NAS and victory when they tangle : new opportunity to enroll for High School Band, the Lionette.
Greene acted as consultant on I NAATC will go to the polls: on 28 with a high-scoring NATTC :Naval Aviation Cadet Training is I and 10 twirlers; the Fletcher High
." and directed the make-up of many October to select five new directors Memphis Hellcat eleven in being offered men stationed t School Band and Drill Team and
station publications, was advert' I for the Employees Association for I Tennessee Wednesday night. NAS i the Stanton High School Band anti
tising director for the annual Civil Service Employees I I' Drill Team. The Fleet Reserve Association !:
the announcement I
Home after the Following up
again
upsetting
football program, athletic public- I 'I will also participate. Thparade
Membership of the board rotates and undefeated front Washington this week that
powerful previously ,
ity director handled public relations will get underway at 1130:
during the periods the sta- in part each year Although 1NnII Parris Island Marines 7-0, lastweek I II educational lequticmonts for enlisted i I Following the parade, Vice Admiral -
: ben serve a two-year term, one the Fliers, under Head I personnel on active duty ,
tion was without a Public -In for- I I I John Dale Price will speakat :
II group is elected each year The Coach Don Jacks have been drill have been lowered from two years
oration Officer, and served as announcer i Hemming Park. Admiral Price!, -
election will be to replace college to high school graduation
and master of ct'remonieilfor coming ing hard this week for the comingNavy Deputy Chief of Naval Operation
: five members whose terms expire Day clash I II Lt. (jg Robert Tull and Lt. I ijg)
smokers and other af-
many for Air is a former Commandantof
i this month-one each from Supply John D Welsh, NavCad reciuit-
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fairs I I I The local pigskinners will taper NAS Jacksonville.
I Public Works, and the General era in the Jacksonville area, will
that the Jax off their drills tomorrow and are Displays will be mounted on
During the period I
Group, and two from Over I'I'I interview prospective! applicants
Air News was under his direction I haul and Repaii I II i expected to leave by plane eurly at the Station Educational Office, trucks on the north side of Hemming -
Monday for Memphis where they Park the
the newspaper gained the reputation I BMg 951: I, today and tomorrow. throughout day.
of being one of the finest I The members to be replaced are will resume practice drill until Store windows will have Navy
service publications of its kind In..I T F. Andreu, Public Works; R K.I I I game time. The recruiters pointed out that displays, also
the country. Recently, however" Drown Supply and Fiscal; R. D. !,, The Hellcats have been victorious thin lowered requirements will I Open louse At NAS
lack of funds forced a reduction in Pinney, General Group; and V D.Warren i in their tfrst two gridiron ventures make Naval Aviation Cadet Train- In the afternoon, the Air Station -
the paper s size.A and Earl \\ysong. Overhaul this season. They hammeredout ing within the reach of a much will hold "Open House" for
New Yorker, Greene. majored and Repair Those remaining I: a 27-0 win over the Fort Penning larger percentage of enlisted men. visitors. Movies will be shown con-
in government and economics at I (in office are C D. Green, Public I Doughboys in their season "Many men in the past who tinuously at the Student Officer,
Brooklyn College" He" began his I Works; L. 11 Eubanks, C.1erallGr'ou opener and :scored an impressive: were eagerly applying for traininghad Auditorium. Ditching demonstra-
newspaper career on the staff of ,,; A W. Bennett, Supply and I: 46-0 win over the Brooks Field to be turned down because tions will be conducted at the Indoor -
the Chicago Daily News" Foreign I Fiscal; and C. G. Hart, Overhaul Air Force Comets last wt"ek-l'ttd. they had never been to college," Pool whenever a crowd ion
Service, In the New York Bureau, and Repair I Lt Comdr Meagher's/ huskies they said "They were qualified in hand The Naval Hospital will also
back in March, 1931 He" also was : Th Board of Directors consist ire touted as being# stronger thl other respectaand they ought to I welcome visitors throughout the
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FOR TWO STRAIGHT NIGHTS last week, Mainside Auditorium rocked to the i Upper right i A view of the gaily decorated auditorium on the night of the Crew ....I'k't. .

I rhythms of Bob Astor and his orchestra as station bluejackets and civilian employees Dance <(< Lower left I Tables were set up cabaret !ityU' in the lobby for the Employees ',!; :

ptaged gala dances. The sailors had their big night Thursday while the civilians Dance on Friday night ( Lower right) Couples glide around the dance floor to the .:l!

frolicked on Friday. (Upper left) Bob leads the orchestra through a hot number. strains of Bob Astor's music. .. ?{Jf;
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( from Page 1)) ( from Page 1) I (Continued';; from Page 1) Schedule Is HOBBY SHOP ,.

associated with the Bell Syndicate, day. Station departments have of nine members, three from Overhaul -

North American Newspaper Alliance been encouraged to declare Wed- and Repair, and two each Announced HereA L NOTES >} :

Associated Newspapers, and I nesday "Dependents' Day" so that I from Public Works, Supply and r $.
Consolidated Newsfeatures. After both military personnel and civil- .;.
Fiscal, and the General Group. complete schedule of Sunday
leaving the Chicago News in 1938, ian employees can show their fam- The The Hobby Shop now features. "f
General Group includes School and Church busses at NAS
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he became a district manager for ilies around. At 1530, a big air NAATC, Physical Training and was announced last week, The new a special sales counter. We haveon ,,.''f.-&
the Automobile Club of New York show is with of hand photo supplies, solid model ?
planned rescue Welfare) Communication Indus- schedule is to
expected provide ,
boat kits and leather
discharge M1folders
an affiliate of the American Auto- parachuters by boat and helicopter. -
trial Relations, Enlisted Person- adequate bus service for all per- .
mobile Association. In 1940 he accepted Various Navy aircraft will be nel Office Executive, Aviation sonnel desirvng to attend either .
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a position as Southeastern on static display Protestant We have received from the ;;
Training, Medical and Dental, and or Catholic Services at .
representative of the American In town, the USS McClelland, the Yard Department. the Chapels. Navy Bureau of Documents publications
Lending Library, having head- berthed at the Southside Naval on hobbycrafts The pricl
Protestant Sunday !School"
will
quarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, At- Reserve Armory, will be open to Voting be by secret ballot of these books range from 20 to
And Catholic Mass
and each employee will be
lanta, Ga, and Charlotte, N. C. visitors. requiredto 75 cents
,
mark his own ballot, voting for 0000-Leave Cecil Field
to the fieldin During the week as well as on Bill "Texas" Seelig AD3, of F
Returning newspaper I a candidate from his respective O WTO-Arrlte Chapels ;
April, 11J42, Greene joined the Navy Day itself, Navy speakerswill Time of locationof O'JOO-uau Dewey Park O IItH has started on his third ," '
address of the city'scivic I group. voting and 0915-Ai live old NATTCen. Ad. Bldg,
many
editorial staff of The Charlotte Wonder where
.. purse. they are 1if1
I ballot boxes will be announced O'). ()-Arilve Chapels '
Observer, largest newspaper in the organizations.Wives by the Election Supervisor of each law"'-Leave Chapels going? It could be Xmas, but still :

Carolinas, as Federal reporter and of all naval personnel at group. At the close of the election, I II I 1100--Aulve Cecil Held there are other reasons R R. ;

feature writer. His story on his the Air Station have been invited I' the ballot boxes will be sealed I 1030Leave 104S Airit* Chapels Dewey Park Thornburg, DT3, of the DentalOffice t' ,.

induction at Camp Croft, S. C, in to the Cinderella Week-end Show I.I and ballots will be counted in the I, Protestant Chapel! lius is making a stationery box.

October, 1943, was selected by The at the Camellia Room of the Hotel presence of the Civilian Personnel This, too, could be an Xmas present. ,.f
lOCiO-( Ltav tull
Observer as the best feature storyof Roosevelt on Navy Day morning Officer Field .
1030 Leave
-- Dewey Park
the ear, He was commended ona The show is aired from 1000 1045-An It t Chapel Chief King is being transferredand t.
nominated the
number of occasions by the Navyfor to 1030 over WMBR with Roger Employees by 1145-Leave Chapel 'he is now working on his '
Board of Directors to fill the five
12O -Ai live Dewey Park
his outstanding work in Van Duzer as the Royal Questioner. '
pro- vacancies are R B. Robertson, E Ii30-Aulte Cull FieldJiAICHA'KS trailer, getting it ready for that : ; .
moting Navy recruiting in the The contestants are chosen
Good luck
trip. King. ;
Carolinas. front the studio audience and each L Rodeillat, and Virginia B. Shawof HIJS

I one receives a gift. On Friday, all the Supply and Fiscal Department Catholic Pfc. Bill Turner of the Marine,

winners for the week compete for ; P. E. Capps, L E Combs, 0920-Leave front of Barracks "D"0925Arrhe Barracks bought some nylon hose a--;

Fliers the free trip to New York. Al- N. C. Revels, T M Cowan and Chapels which we thought were for his gal, : "

though tickets are usually distributed R T. Moley, of the Public Works l'rol..lant but now we know. He is using >

(Continued from Page 1) by sponsors of the pro Department; Florine S. Gannaway, 1035-Leave front of Barracks "D" them for wing coverings on a model
G. E Barker and Ruth 1040--Aulte Chapels. plane he is The r'
year than ever, and a slam-bang gram, Navy wives will be able to C Seaveyof building. plane
tilt will be on tap when Coach get their tickets at the door Wed- the General Group; and Ruth I I is a canary yellow Piper Cub ]

Jacka's lads clash head-on with nesday morning. Everyone must M Brooks G. W Hall, J L. Flem- Two more model planes have been -:.

them be there at least 15 minutes be- ming, E A. Rutten, A. A Riebe, Navy Wives Club started in the Hobby Shop. Don ",.

fore broadcast time. and Margaret S. Martin of the Slates Halloween aId Roberson has started a Class ,
The Hellcats and Fliers havewagt'd Overhaul and Repair Department A 613 Swift, while Jack D Bar fe1 ;,
gridiron warfare since 1946. Navy Day Sunday I Party For TomorrowA is building a Class A model with
The :Fliers bowled them over by a Navy. Day Sunday will be ob-
interceptor
LowerContinued an body design.
33-0 count that year, and last served this Sunday at the Sta- Hallowe' Party will be heldat n'___ ____ _
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reason< at the Gator Bowl, the local tion Chapels. At the 0700 and from the Jacksonville: Navy Wives ed for children.
gridders tossed the Hellcats 0930 Masses at St. Edward's Cha- ( Page 1)) Park Clubhouse I
Dewey the
be able to make it now" as I Club officials also remind station .
the tail all the field in pel, sermons will have appropriate
by over a To be eligible under the reduced group's regular monthly social to- personnel that weekly Bingo
47-0 pasting I, Navy Day themes. educational requirements, applicants morrow night at 2000, it was announced i' games are held at the Clubhouse,
The 1045 Service at All Saints'
Memphis is a major threat in must have attained the following by club officials early every Thursday night at 2000.
will be attended
Chapel by a large this week.
the Fliers' for --
quest undisputedjossession minimum test -
scores
I number of Includedare
special guests.
of the NATAC title, Cadets from Bolles School, the Naval personnel GCT plus Masquerading is, optional and I .
Jax Air News
and Coach Jacka is expected to Reserve Officers' Association, the: ARI-115; Mech-55 husbands and guests; air invited

have his charges primed for sixty I Fleet Reserve, and the Fleet Re- Marine personnel GCT-115; I Free nursery:: care will bt ptovid- Editorial Others/ ,-
minutes of action. Mechanical tUld
Aptitude-110
serve Auxiliary. All of them will South \\lng, Loner IK-ck,
the Hellcats
Pacing "T"-runnJng Requirements for civilian appli-
participate in the processional,
in the Flier-Hellcat clash is cants were not changed I {. 930
presenting their colors for displayin I
Paul Wellbank, Memphis left halfback Telephone I'; I t'lIi'oI01l-818'
the Chancel. Chaplain Francis '
who is expected to cause I L. Albert will preach on "The Na- Ceremony IH scheduled for 1400adjatent Arthur M. Om-ne, Editor

plenty of trouble for the Jax-Navy tion and the Navy'. William N to the TSAKTI hangar.Chaplain -1 At the MallvM hop' Ilirmlnf ham The JAX AIR NEWS is published ,.:
road and Mustln
team His brilliant running in the Banks will sing "Shipmates" and Arthur C. Buyer, I'rolrktant Atrau Meekly; at the U. S Naval (

two recent Hellcat wins has marktd the Chapel Choir will sing "Still- Chaplain Stanley A. Meirlng, j I 0030- Sundtiv ""ho'I.l Smiill Chapel Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, s

him as the team's greatest offensive I Ing The Tempest' by Wilson Congregational and Rabbi Sidney 1\(. LefUottitz, 10-15 !\dVh.,\ sum).stivkt. ('hupluin and printed commercially with 1,,
Fi ., ,
i nctis i All it will
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| hymns will include representing the Protestant, 1"each on 'Tht. JSullon and the non-appropriated funds at no expense -
Another outstanding performer "God Of Our Fathers", "Eternal Catholic, and Jew Mi, faiths rr- Nnvv" :: to the government and in

in Coach Meagher's backfield who Father, Strong To Save", "0 Beau- MCtivelj, vi ill\ participate Catholic compliance with SecNav Circular ,
will bear watching is fullback II tiful For Spacious Skies", and "On- I ramllieh and friends, of df'.a.IXa 0700 0930MassChaplain-Masa I Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December .

Chuck Worblewski, a strong passer ward Christian Soldiers". For the vj' Hronnel, have been .Invited S A, Melilng will officiate ; 1915 Copies are distributed free
and linf>-8ma8her. I at both of at the Naval Air Station
charge
a powerful first time in station history, the I to send Hotter to reach masse I
"Bama' Hutchinson, who has I llif Chapel before 1330 Sunday. S. e e the Naval Air Reserve Train-
service will be broadcast over the An outdoor Nursery for small chil I
played a fine game at quarterbackfor air. It will be carried by station They ttlll be added to the altar dren Is maintained between ObtO!!( ) andNAVAL ing Unit, the "Teadquarters of the .
the Fliers, will probabl be a WIVY, 1050 on the radio dial. flower from M. Kdtiartl'*, All 12WX Naval Air Advanced Training

tarter against Memphis, with The annual Memorial loner faints', and the JenUli Synagogue Command, Naval Auxiliary Air
Andy Anderson and "Hop" Holden to b. taken aloft and IIOxriTAL (JIIAI.ELI Station, Cecil Field, and the U. S.
-- - (Wind A1)Pratntaat '
at the halves and "Bull"Bailey at at the ends. strewn over the sea from M Naval Hospital

fullback The Memphis forward ,wall will 1'BV, escorted' by other planers, 1000-Divine \\oiBhijj. Chaplain F
Dave Barksdale, ex-Naval Academy I probably be AI Selden at center, in tribute to Uir. e oho have given D Hewitt Ji. the The Ship JAN AIR l-dltoilal NEWS Association U a member and of '_

o' ace, will) be at the pivot port, Jim Baldouf and Joe Kraft at the their livt-M In er\irt. lection. The second of the choir the Armed Foite Press :Svivlce. Ropiodutllon .

with Ted Dawn and Joe Smko at I guards, George Oxley and Bill AS part oi lilt evening service traditional annual Navy Day concerts of maleilul from theeOUICM ,4

the guard, George Keratein and Kievelli at the tackles, and Ray Sunday 'night at Riverside Prenriytfiian will be given at the River- \ must or other bear a matter crvdlt, line except KpubIkatlon by- t

Ray Adkins at tht tackles and I Spars and Paul Ruhaida at the I Church, the Chapi.J ChOIr Kiile 'BaptiHt Church on the evi- service, 1 puhlU.itlonN; I :; 1 IN imhlblttil; wlthul e
''1' tzy TiBcteUc and Chut Moore lIdR will r'lldI'T: hj>n nl Navy I\.\y be- I ring j III :J1 Oi tuba. i >j-.1o.'w'wS|KUNnsiun ol Editor JAX Alit




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ARE Tilt TIIHKK O&R bowling teams tn the SUPOR league. The kneeling, W. J. Murphy, I. T Kromberg, and J. J. Weaver, standing:; t Right i O&R

three from Supply were pictured in the Air News last week ,Left I O&R No. 4, No 5: Team Capt. I. C Helms!, kneeling, J. S. Beckman P. M. Savage, I. I* Crewe, I IThis

left tn right : E. A. Rountree, kneeling, R. F. Mortimer, Jr.. N. O. Morgan, E. C. Ek- G. E. Boys, and J. F. Lendle. standing. Several members of the teams were not

:, ford and H. D. Wells, Jr., standing; (Middle ) O&R No.6: Team Capt. J. P. Ruege, jI.Commerckal j available when the photographs were taken.

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butane cooking and electric hot Two-piece Krohler living room suits

water heater C. H. Home, Shop and occasional chair. W. H. Clin Il\l'lon by 111/.8.-; I. of course, he had a minqr accident
749. Hangar: 123 or call 26019. ton. 132B Cecil Field I
Three-bedroom home In Tlmuquana beth Mach Another week and and the result was a two-tone-d

Manor, rear NAS and school bus 1936 Plymouth, motor sedan recently In good overhauled.condition is Pick and Peckdiggingup another Issue of the Jax Air shirt. My, my. .

lines. For further Information call Goodreau, ext. 8333, or li3t: >A Child: the dirt-Coach Robertson I News. I've chased rumors 'til Ii Hardman, I have heard rumor

Mr.In the Ford evening.at 999or: at 9-I\16O! Street NAS. sending in two substitutes for this ] bet I could make Sherlock Holmes and rumors of rumors. Are they
Martin "40" outboard motor, like I
new. week's Sallies while he is vacationing -
Three-piece sofa dinette suite, mat Hynes, 1218A Hancock Street, NAS. look like a piker when it comes to true ? I hope so.
tresses and box spring All furnl- Sofa bed and Gilbert massage vibrator in Boston Mass. digging up stuff and deducin'. E. \\". Buell is welcomed into the
lure In good condition. Have to ell, Hicks 1218B: Hancock Street, | The wedding bells have been I
shop.
going to sea. Meyer, 1184 Cumberland NAS. I ringing around Supply Mrs. You've heard people say that
Road. in stew ? Well to be Ordnance welcomes Carver
they were a 1 Shop -
Three complete looms of furniturefaith FOR KENT i Miller ( Issue Control) is the proud
in stew is to be boiled to be back from his two-week cruise.
a ,
dishes Included. Pi Iced ;
for two
rugs and Partly-furnished apartment j owner of a new son-in-law, Robert
to sell. i'allln. 3J07B Blair Ave. gentlemen or couple with child attending I boiled is to be cooking on the \: Okay, admiral, you can tttle
Bishop.
nee, Dewey Park.Florence school. Apartment is over front burner, and anyone knows down now.
oil stove for $U. MacKinnon James Blount (Metal Section)
two-burner place of business :>
that if anyone is cooking on the Mr. Weathers, so rumor has it,
end
Also bed and two 9l8.Small: was married Sunday afternoon at
. tables. Pike cheap. Davis, 8-1260. furnished house, children al the First Presbyterian Church ( front burner and also boiling, I will return to managing bu bJedanct'rs
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" Zenith car ladlo, complete with an- lowed. Will rent to either militaryor brother, they are drunk. That's when he retires from civil
tenna. Also aluminum table civilian Mis. Ostene Margaret Bennett (Stock Control) I
bl'OIl-1 I personnel. daffynition for the day. Don'tj service.L. .
'" my
i" er, new. Martin, 1336A: : 103rd St., Jacksonville Heights. Inquire is scheduled for 6 November I
',;' Street NAS.Four.loom circulating I at Klncade Store on Cecil I We're wondering if this weekend j shoot, please. I F. (The Old Kingfish) Royal -

lop condition. Top( oil burner healer type.in Field: Road. I trip to Pensacola is bringing the In case you folks in the Instrument has stated that now is the

Rli-hauUon. 8-20U8. Room with double bed next to bath I wedding bells closer to our "Beau- Shop have missed certain'i time--the time for fishing and

"Three-bedroom house In Tlmuqnana. phone.with continuous Also garage hot furnished.waiter and All ty Queen" in Procurement smiling faces lately, it is because ,' hunting. Now that the weatherhas
Manor In excellent condition. Sacrifice there is a night shift here. cleared everything is fine and
,
I for $7500 leaving town on for only $8 per week for one per.son. Off to Miami is Mr. McDuffie
;
shout notice. Large rooms, III are $10 if two rent It. Peacock, (Traffic) to the Legion Conven- Ruth and Bettye say that is like dandy again.Knowlton .

closets, hardwood floors throughout. I 210.17.Sixroom< tion old times, except that their little what is this ? Couldit
furnished house In M..1'l'ayHill
Screened porch with concrete i for $85 per month. Tlnsley. group is so small. Who knows, be that Buick keeps you home
floor, and awnings.. Electric hot Welcome back to Gladys Roda-
ext. 492: or call 26816. maybe we'll all be having our lately ? .5
water heater and Norge circulating, I 5l'hy
back (Central Packing) who has
Furnished loom with kitchen privileges -
with two connected outside chance to get in on this before
heater is Farrar called grandmother
bath and use of house. One block been on the sick list for a week.
':i 111 tanks* dralnhourd full of oIL In Full kitchen tiled New; I from NAS bus line. EI taman, 8-9102.: I Among those attending the long. ? With winter coming he's all
\\k. Two-room modest apartment with There are more people from this
wall-to-wall broad living and football at Gainesville Saturday equipped with six sweaters and a
-Y Im.lnNI hot No; childrenor game
continuous water.
Inlaid shop at these local football games
dining room cost I full bottle of Vicks.
t beautifully pets. Shepard, 2326 Park Street.Two I night was Bettye Lotz.
linoleum In kitchen. Interior than high school kids. Nothing
,
j decoiuted. New custom-mude' I furnished corner rooms for light I Bettye why didn't you give us Last Friday morning. Pop Davidson's .
t Venetian blinds with tape to match housekeeping.! Electric rangette In. :j the scoop on that new flame? ? ? like a football game to give youI alarm clock went off in
doors lifetime eluded. $10 per week Including utll- I I a good excuse to consume all those
i paint.Veatherstrlpped ; 2-OU08. Sarah Kuder and Frank Reiter the wee small hours of the night.
I ities. Lolson.
roof. High, dllot; well land | forbidden hot dogs, cokes, and
pea-
scaped. Easy terms, only $12.83 a Officer's wife wishes to share home't| saw the play "John Loves Mary" nuta.I I Pop rushed around like mad and
month best value I In Jacksonville' convenient to NAS with two girls at the Little Theatre, Sunday decided that his ride had gone on

You can't afford to miss this one;; employed wife at Mrs.NAS Smart or another, 7-5904.offlcer'a I night The well organized I Has anyone seen those new I without him so he rushed downto
Greene, 4551 Blount.nue, phone
{;1 2-9671. Two pleasant single and double rooms Community Chests of America I glasses that we will get from the the Navy bus station and came

Fenn Yan outboard boat and 9.7 hp with several conveniences Mrs.Schultr. I will conduct their fund-raising Navy? There goes all hopes that on out here. This makes the first

.t Kv In rude Llghtfour motor Best offer Five-room, 2-5030.home completely furnishedwith campaigns during the month of I will ever' be glamorous. Those I time that Pop has ever reported
must leave ton.j' .
takes U
; all-electrU, kitchen. Home located October. things are fierce, but some of us for work at five in the morning.Congratulations .
Gieene. 4.VH: Blount Ave, Tlmuquana
Manor phone 2-9374. at 2253 Lakeshore Blvd. Call have discovered that It is either I to Chief Canon
'r Thoughts from Pick & Peck:
';:<. Fnlr of tailor-made blues, sUe 34 Mrs Hutching. 2-7109. wear them or get a seoing-eye of the Gyro Room.
j':",' waist. Leonard :Zyvoloskl, ext. 551. Room and board for couple. Excel Even the woodpecker owes his dog. And I was having such fun .
., Baby bed In good condition. Will sell lent meals and nice large room with success to the fact that he uses I
double or twin beds Mrs. Grny, 2- seeing two of everything.Jack .
: ('hn p. Morgan, 1413A Child Street., his head and keeps pecking away
NAS. 37 6. Wensten of the Prop Shop Fleet Reserve Sets
j'" EUfit slumber chair Simmons sofa Room In a private home for business until he finishes the job he starts that Inspector Carlson has ,

'I bed coffee table, mirror, rug desk couple or gentleman Call Mrs Turner Most of us know how to- say says had his Navy Day Dance For
finally comeuppance.
.' with" matching chair sewing machine 97694.
few of know
nothing; us when. '
exhaust fan. Crosley shelvador Rooms with meal $12.50 per week .. Seems that while recently enjoying 29 October In Sax
., refrigerator and Westinghouse electric Call Myra Langford, 2oJW.W.NTU a cup of coffee, someone elscs I
J range. Call Jones at :2-7137: after ; The Fleet Reserve Associationwill

1WC. Steel guitar player for small String INSIDE part of the carpentry work Those I honor Navy Day with its
Six months old collie pup, AKA reg- I
a; band. K Interested, call Grimes,
'. IKlfl('d. Watson. 2-7493 after )600.t ext. who have seen it say 'tis beautiful. annual dance at the Roosevelt Hotel -

t Girl's 26" bicycle, child's airplane 415.MISCKLLAXKOUS: PUBLIC WORKS i We can also report Snow in Miami, I ballroom on 29 October. Military
foot three-burner oil i
with pedal
as Mr. Snow is there on official
and civilian dignitaries have
range, nil In good condition. Mon. Licensed Infants' nUI'lt'ry-part or full- AROUND Tll}: DIVISIONS I
taigne. 2-8764. time cure for children. Located In i : business this week. Glad to hear been invited to attend the affair.

IS Wheels and axle for trailer. Will sell a Lakeshore home lIe IdeI', 2-9760.1 In Transportation J. W. Steed- that Mr.: Caylor's wife is recover :Music will be by Jim White's
for $:.!O. Can be seen at Hobby LOST-Lady's Bent!'us wrist ley and T. F. Andreu reported, ing from her illness.In .
Rhythmasters, starting at 2100.
Shop lllmon Chief of Police, Bldg. expansion in or near '
; within the limits of their
dndho tJi memory the Clerical Administrative
tl14. NAS I't Area Reward. Door prizes will be awarded.
Four-piece electric percolator, eightt If found, notify Mrs. Thiel. a'ry fine time at the Employees' Division, Frances Theus returned Tickets may be obtained from

pktu chrome cucktatl set, fUe-plece ext. 8227. 1 Association Dance. from a week-end trip to Lakeland, members of Branch 91 or at the
turkey roaster and several other LOST-Blue-Ill'uy female setter with In Maintenance It is
reportedthat Fla. and back tree-
brought some door on the of the dance.
household articles. Slmorl, ext. 420.: spotted pointer puppy. Rewardcall -- night
Complete ladles wardrobe, sire 10 to Bradham, ext. 3K'J. I among the still-ardent U. of ripened oranges. Take a trip to Proceeds will b" used toward the

]2. Mrs. Slmorl, 138B Cecil Field Will swap two welding guages and I F. boosters, Frank McKinley and Kentucky, Frances, and bring establishment of a clubhouse.
t t Housing Section. marine light for I.? or '4 horsepower Walker Crevasse attended the back a sample of their famous
Marine plywood and cypress "V" bottom electric motor. See John E. |I ILlndbcr" I I SC
cur-top boat, twelve feet lone. Shop No. ,iJO, O&R. Florida-Rollins game in Gaines product. J. Herschell Lee was out "Remember, my son," said his

-, Sawyer 3805A Norman Street,.Dew- ville. That may be the last one two days with a bad cold and mother, as she bade him good-by .

, .>L.' *y Paik. you'll enjoy this season boys. Sam all the girls missed him. "when ;you get back to the base,
Air compressor and spray gun, reasonable. -
,1 .( : Bailey, ext. 763. Fritch went down to Jax Beach And say, Fire Chief Moran, how try to h:! punctual in the morningso

. 'R Mounted baby swing. Miller, 1442A Hospital and caught the St. PaulFletcherHigh about some news from your firefighting as not to keep breakfast wait
. ',. Child Street NAS. game last Friday. E. J. Me- boys ? ing."
Dinette set five metal Venetian blinds.Utictlculh ponipal fished at Lake Lockloosalast .-._ .
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It new also large !llnoltumrug. .
; Uefcheurs. :372.4 A Riley Sticet.Dewey week-end and caught a nice ;

: Pai k. Chatter perch, we hear, or was it more
' 3942 Plymouth with radio for $900. I than one, Mac ? Glad to report 0
Can I financed. Dlllos. 2-904. 00
*
" House' on corner lot with fenced-In I'lu-h", i>f tlu "'tt
. yaid and large garage. Thitt: bed- away we go yes $: iree, a good ole Suggestions paid off-J. R. Wood-

rnoms: and electrically equippedkttrhen. square dance right here in Recreation -, rum, L. V. Rountree, and L. E.
2-7160.. (2.000 cnn handle I It. Markham Hall, tonight at 1930. So I Cheatham receiving checks for MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM

SI 'lm home near her On direct come on down and let's all iwing- their ideas.In TII1'H nA"

route tn NAS Has :hiee diuoms a-ree to the music of a good ole- Design and Engineering, we "ADVENTURES IN SILVERADO1, with W. Bishop and O. H try.

S blinds.large living Will take room S2.500 and down vemnlnn and I fashioned hillbilly band are glad to report the return of V riUHAY

-I tat at $:i5 |pr-i m"nth. Cull Jones, Special Kntertalninfiit: : Monday I Virginia Walpole. which mean BXX&RACEABLE YOU", Marring' Dane Clark and OraKKne

.f :;!-4 night at 1930 in the RecreationHall. : that this Division will again be Brooks
Thiet-btuinom; fui nihhed house en The Bagalry Junior Theater represented in the column. I 8AT'HnAANH St'NDAY"JOHNNY
two-aci-e lot. Will .< II for my iuily., I'
French t'xt 711 duringt rk'Prf from Jacksonville will give you I Donald Traer is the proud. BELINDA", with Jane Wyman and Lew Ayres.

i, houis one Jam-up good variety show. papa of a baby boy. He and the I I MONDAY
... Electric liil.aIOJut'r heater, lists I I Mrs. named the John Pierce I "UNTAMED BREED"
-I&" You can't miss this! baby : featuring Sonny Tufta and BftlfeM:
j I
aO-fallOn tank Also metal 90 Ib.
ft
tee box lint! u bBMinctte. \Vebb. 8-1 Mttcho cribbage competition in pretty, ain't it ? Art Nelson( and Britton. '

!fll fit 2f1b7.Mcial Red Cross! Recreation Office By Mini I moved into their nrw home I TUESDAY AND UEDNKSDAY

, u.-bu'', 73; Ib. cupiiclty. Will i the WR\', On en.M hear lyiks 'uulh> cf the statioft! last w- rk. Art I "ON AN ISLAND WITH YOU", starring: Peter Lawford and
tai.eH.s 1: J.I K; i'arn.3 4SO2 li\-, '
I", ',',) /\. ntu -I I BcK foully: ".kook." you. I ilc, signed; I hi home and p' rfor'mrd Esther Williams.








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.... .y .. ,: Before Fans
'. '::{ ;: ., '. 10,000
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t: : An under-dog Jax Navy
Jacka's local pigskinnera were un.
eleven exploded in the open- able to penetrate the powerful M...
rine forward wall until the opruting -
ing minutes of the third per- '
minutes of the third stanza.
iod of the Parris Island-Flier \ Flier quarterback Jerry Walters-

grid battle in South Carolina kirchen crashed over from tjw

Saturday to push over the I Marine 2 for the score that was

game's lone tally and upset set up after Joe Smko Flier
guard blocked the Marine punton
the and undefeated
powerful the 9-yard line.

leatherneck eleven, 7-0, be- Marines Halt Navy

fore 10,000 roaring, loyal, Ma- Two blue and gold drives were

rine football fans., halted in the first period by the
d y big leatherneck forward wall. Following -
\ Battling to a scoieless first half the opening kick-off, the
under a blazing sun, Coach Don "Bama"
Fliers\ led by quarterback I
--- Hutchinson, marched' from their

I .>.. ..' ,. 7 to the 32 before being forced to .
<. 1
NAS '
local eleven held the
WAVES BEGIN .... kJck. The
Marines' at midfield and they had
to kick. On the first play from his

1948 BASKETBALL own 15 Navy halfback "Hop"( .
.., "; >h Holden went 18 yards on a reverse
''>k" and local backfield ace Andy An-
'\ derson crossed the Flier 30 to

PRACTICE TODAYBasketball ii'i'i ;. tt start the first blue and golf
:
march Fullback George Kinnearhit

ret inns to the NAS end 'Tizzy" Tisdale with a toss

sport scene today as the WAVES, good for nine yards and another
under the direction and coachingof : w x rust down. A 15-yard penalty

"Skipper" Monet, hold their initial ) stopped the local offensive threat _
cage drills on the NATTC and Navy punted out of boundsat

Auditorium courts at 1800. fJ:2:} mid-field
Ten returnees from the '47 sex The Marines turned on the power .

tette' will form the nucleus\ for the I a .. for their first scoring threat
local WAVES basketball outfIt. 1 ; hut Jax slowed them up at the

and Coach Moaer is urging all ,.:i a t $ :Navy 28 as Holden intercepted 4
WAVES to try out for the team a : third-down Marine pass on his 5
"The bigger the squad, the better and scampered back to the 21 be-
the team," she said. tore being stopped. Flier scat-buck
The WAVES varsity squad will Pat O'Rourke teamed up with Kin-
playttamea against; rival stations!* near in the second Flier march

and against civilian outfits aboard ?Z tt ra, which covered 40 yards, but one
NAB and other stations'! again the Marines rose up to stop
Laddie Vladeff and Jenny Peacock the local bat ks.

who were transferred to I A Marine touchdown drive
Charleston, S. C., several months! : ; :5 sCc gained momentum in the final

ago leave a gap in the classy local 'ea eHEFORE minutes of the second period

sextette. The loss of these two : : \ (*'.\I''ITHOU: CROUD at the Mat Ai)'.-a gridiron last Wednl'sdaaftp'no
outstanding members from lastMason's the fla. hAS Tiger /gr dde'rss noel lassd the IH <'ksonlle' ; Ansfotrats 18.11.:! for their initial win played in Flier territory. Led by
squad presents a problemto of tht'48 lampaign I iBmtomi' R>val Hill flc,'\tooted TIJI.M halfback. is! shown being brought down Bob Piston and Paul Kelly the
Coach Moser at the outset' of
by three Aristocrat huskies attnr puking up nine yards around' his own right end. i Top i NapoUon Parris Island eleven gave local
the coming campaign. Cheatman, big 200-pound Tiger talkie. brick' thiough the visitois forward wall early in the fans something to cheer about
The station WAVES ended the I second period to partially black an Aristocrat punt whit'h set up the third local colol't'd' eleven's II with some brilliant running, but
19J7-48 season with the enviable "TD." the half ended with the ball on
record of 21 wins and 4 losses and I the Navy 18Walterftkirchen.
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will be out to better that count ", Score

if they can tly. sea on' Tigers Down Hsistocircitts 18-12; .Tisdale kicked off for the Filer
Returnees from the 47-48 sex- to open the second half. Navy

tette include guards Ellen Meaner. guard Ted Daum recovered a Marine -
Lose To Perascacolca Giants 47-7
Winnie Jones<< Pete Peterson Elsie fumble on the 27. Len Aloy.

Larkin, and Eleanor Stahalbush __ Parris Island safetyman, inter
and forwards Boots Hardin. Margaret I The N AS Tiger eleven came
the NAS tam possession of the were outplayed by the Pensacola qepted a fourth-down JaxNavypass
Jones Barbara Earp Midge through with its most brilliant ball. The attempt for an extra on the 8 which forced the
Giants at Pensacola 47-7. The
Bryant, and Coach Moset. performance of the seas- point via the aerial route was Marines to punt out of danger
All. WAVES who interestedIn Giant team had a large pool of
are on last week on the Mat Area unsuccessful.The 1. Joe Sinko, an outstanding guar,1w..artng
the program may reach Skipper beginning of the second reserves to draw from, and they the blue and gold, smashed
Moser by phoning 593 or 361 Several playing field when it pinnedan locals through the leatherneck Urn
quarter found the Tigers in possession i outweighed the by a wide .
of the outstanding girl bas 18-li: defeat on the Aristo- I of the ball on the Aristocrat margin. Miller, the Giant's star' to block the punt which was recovered .
ketball sextettes of the state and crat pigskinners from Jacksonville 20-yard line. White passed by Wilbur Sweat on the
neighboring states will meet the backfield man, spearheaded the 2. Waltersklrchen scored on the
| to Hill who crossed into the end
local belles this season.NttliSEIY victory. I first play from scrimmage and
make
zone standing to thescore
Royal R. Hill, ace halfback up
Tiger
120. Scoring in all four quarters of Tisdale kicked' the extra point t.
; HOur ('JUxm.nThe ; was the offensive star of make the 70.
: Later in the quarter, Johnny the game, the Pensacola squad score
Station Nursery will bE"I I( the game, picking up yards on Epps accounted for the third Tiger ', was leading after the first three I II Another Flier offensive bogj.,.vi
long runs and making possibleall '
open on Wednesdays Thursdays "TD" by taking a hand-off from I minutes of the game when the down in the final period with Kin-
and Fridays from 0730 to 2400 three "TD"s.The White and scoring by a runaround I first "TD" was scored by tush- near and O'Routke paving the
instead of as preciously reported.'I first touchdown was scored left end' I|It ing the Tiger's. lighter forward way. O'Rourke tossed a pas, to
it was announced last week Other by Tommy White, signal-call- The Aristocrats scored twice in > wall. end Chuck Moore on the Marine
hours are Mondays and Tuesdaysi i er for the Tigers. White scoredon 23 which netted 12 A series
the third quarter with Ben John- | The NAS eleven scored its onlytouchdown yards. >tot
0730 to 1800; Saturday 0730to a quarterback sneak after
son their left half, doing most of the game in the Jax-Navy plays mussed a firnt
0100 Sunday mot'rung; Sundays Epps, Tiger halfback, had inter- I of the mail carrying. Williams, last quarter with Epps taking a !i' down by inches and Parri.s Island 1

1200 to 2200. cepted an Aristocrat pass to give who kicked for the' extra point, 1 i handoff from White to score. 1 took over. O'Routke intercepteda

toiled both attempts Johnson, Tiger fullback, only five leatherneck pass on the 37 arid
Three Tournaments Held On Lose to I'riisacola I feet, two inches tall, kicked the I Kinnear shook loose to scamper
Sunday afternoon, the Tigers extra point in perfect form 25: yard to the Marine 14 before
I I being stopped. ORouike's pass to .
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NAS Links In Past WeekMrs PLANNING BENEFIT CAME I Flier end Don Wachenfeld went
I over the receiver's head to fall Incomplete -
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I in the end zone, and the
Allison clapped the cnam- ---- I
plonship in the Ladies' Golf I shooting a fine -45, Captain and : fll Marines punted away from danger

CTSampionship Tourney last week Deon Malstrom won the consolation .. I when they got their hands 1)1thot
by defeating Mrs A. C. Berg 3 I prize for being the couple to i. bill!.
and 2, in the finals score the most sevens Mariiw Try Too Lat
.
.
A field of 20 golfers turned outl I 1 Parris Island had its hands (on
for the contest, with eliminations Driving: Range Now the ball in the last two minutes' of:
starting after the first flight. Mrs. > the game and got a good start to
Free Lessons
Allison ran a low tally all through Open ; ward pay-dirt, but time ran .nut
the early stages of the tourneyand For E M's Uy NAS Pro A before they could reach the promised -

won a chance at the play-off Comdr. A. C. Berg scored the i land. Taking the ball on their

which she took from Mrs Berg I first bulls-eye on the new station!! own 45, the Marines started to
with three up and two to play. I golf driving range whit opened move with long gains. Four play
In the Handicap Division of the last Friday afternoon at 1600 under netted them 30 yards, but the line
tournament Mrs. Denton won out the direction of the Physical I I y forces of Coach Jacka stiffened
over Mrs. O'Keetv, 2 and 1. I Training Department. 1 ,. r '..i ijY long enough for the clock to run

The Officers Wives Golf Group Twenty-five golfers were on ; out.
held its weekly tournament on the I hand for the opening. Buckets of ; I Ii Dave Barksdale, Sweat, and Sin-

beAt selected six holes, ending in balls at 2ft; cents were sold rapidly i .. ko stood out in the local grldderlf'line
.
'i -. ., play. In the backfield, although -
a three-way tie Mrs. Smith rolled ..1
unable break loose with
up a 39 leas 8 handicap which The opening of the rant-' r'I'd to
gave her a not of :.31 Mrs. A. C I in with the announcement that the power they are capable of, .
Anderson, Kinnear, O'Rourke and
Kelly tallied a 41 less 10 handicap Jack Harvey, Station Pro, is now ,
Holden
for a 31 total\, and Mr*. Robertson offering free golf lesson t-> enlisted I wen outstanding.
scored a 40 less 9 handicap I personnel Lessons are conducted Tin JIXNWY .' BEN'NINO football battle at the
for a net score of 31. I Tuesday afternoons at iator Bowl on n November is being touted as the Southeastern STATION HANK -

Last Sunday, a mixed foursome 1700. Registrations for the lessons \rmy-NoI\ v game bv the American. Legion posts 'Jf Jacksonville Hours
tournament was played with I may be ma da with "Skip" with the assistance m local I civic\ organizations, tor the benefit of

Comdr. and Mrs. Denton coppingthe Moser at ext 593. I the proposed new YMCA building.; The combined Legion pasts .JI4Mond.y through
contest by shooting a 5'0 mint Patrons of the station lurks may I which are sponsoring the classic hope to make it an annual affair. Thursday

I i a handicap of II, which gave enjoy a well-equipped clubhouse Discussing. plans for the event are, left to right, John [.. Cushion, 11110.17fN1-l"riday
them' a net 35 )(r. and Mrs. AI- with lockets, a :snack: bur and I George G. Roblnv>n. D. Byron King. Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. Rubin 11".1 29 l -.H*t i rday

liStn were low :;roes. runner. !all golfing equiprrient.[ .), and Frank W Sherman _. --







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